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· March, 2009

Stories about Estonia from March, 2009

Estonia: Lennart and Arnold Meri

Itching for Eestimaa writes: “One Meri cousin, Lennart, just had an airport named after him to coincide with the annual foreign policy conference that bears his name. […] The other...

The Baltics: Deportations of 1941 and 1949

Eric Dickens guest-blogs at A Step At A Time about the Baltic deportations of 1941 and 1949.

Estonia: “Kevadväsimus”

Itching for Eestimaa writes about kevadväsimus – ‘spring fatigue’ in Estonian: “It is the yearning for sunlight and all of the earthly pleasures that you know must be right around...

Estonia: Conflicting Views on Economy

AnTyx disagrees with Edward Hugh and other “experts” on their assessment of Estonia's economic situation.

Estonia: Mart Laar's Plan

AnTyx writes about Mart Laar's “ten-point plan to fix the economy and, in particular, the unemployment situation in Estonia.”

Estonia: A call for devaluation

A Fistful of Euros presents economic statistics on Estonia, all pointing in one direction – towards a devaluation of the Estonian currency, the Kroon.

Estonia: Independence Day Parade in Narva

Itching for Eestimaa writes about the location of this year's Independence Day parade.

Estonia: From Business To Politics

Itching for Eestimaa writes about new approaches in Estonian politics: “And so in a few years time, the Estonian state may come to be run in a way that is...

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